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There was a waiting list for this event and it, too, is already full. We will release a few more tickets in late November so to be put on our MAILING list to receive notifications of that, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are NO spaces for vendors.
Join us this Krampusnacht for Barts Bazaar Christmas Market - a chance to view the museum's specimens as well as stock up on all your Christmas gifts.
Peruse the stalls of pathology and anatomy jewellery, exclusive homeware and taxidermy while you sip mulled wine and listen to Christmas carols. Perhaps even partake of some stollen and schnapps in honour of Krampus himself!
Vendors: Lozzy Bones Art (exquisite illustration, including christmas cards), Amanda's Autopsies (taxidermy pieces, automata and vouchers for 'Stuff and Nonsense' taxidermy class), Emily Alice (molecular jewellery) Beetle & Wilde (visceral vintage - deadly design) Gisele Ganne (luxury designer jewellery inspired by osteology), Remnant Black (plush items based on antique anatomy drawings), The Conjurer's Kitchen (unique and osteological edibles), Charlotte Clark Designer Maker (designer ceramics), Northern Scum Oddities (anatomical embroidery), Stoned Affection (entomology, gemstones, jewellery and more) Centre of the Cell (plush viruses and microbes), Martin Tomsky (laser cut wooden pieces), Miniature Horizons (electron microscopy jewellery), Made 3D Custom Cookie Cutters (science and anatomy cookie cutters plus Christmas designs), Tobyboo (embroidery fine art and ceramics), Ossaflores (unique butterfly and bone items), Claire English (fine, jewellery), Science in Print (handmade science prints, cards and clothing)
All vendors will have pieces unique to this market so come along and buy some limited edition gifts!
The wonderful people at Hopdaemon will be providing some beer - their logo looks
just like Krampus!
Here is our Christmas Evening event "Black Christmas" about Scotland Yard's "Black Museum"
See all the museum's OTHER events here, daytime and evening: www.bartspathmuseum.eventbrite.co.uk
Why is there a charge this time?
When free tickets are available, there is inevitably a 30% no-show rate which is detrimental to others who missed out on getting any. This nominal charge not only ensures a much higher attendance rate (or encourages people to return their tickets to free them up for others, rather than just not show up) it also helps this unfunded museum.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
What is the refund policy?
Refunds offered 48 hours before the market starts
Can I bring a baby?
Yes that's fine if they are carried in and prams left elsewhere - space is limited and anything with wheels is dangerous around specimens!
Is there disabled access?
There is a lift to floor 3 but there are 7 steps into the museum
When & Where
Pathology Museum (Queen Mary)
Pathology Museum WEBSITE
**Please bring ID to receive alcohol at events**
Refunds/exchanges for evening events may be offered at the discretion of the Pathology Museum only if requested 48 hours before ticket sales end. (This doesn't include cancelled events which are automatically refunded.) For Taxidermy and other weekend workshops it is ONE WEEK before.
Prior to the appointment of Carla Valentine as the current Technical Curator, the museum was in a state of disarray. As medical teaching changed, the need for the study of anatomy and pathology pots declined. Without funding the pots and the infrastructure of the building suffered and it wasn't until a couple of years ago that a donation was secured to renovate the collection. New ways to ensure the survival of the collection were also trialled, including conferences and events.
The Pathology Museum, a part of Queen Mary University of London, is a medical-humanities hub and venue for public engagement and education. Our events showcase research and the arts from our own institution as well as other universities, independant researchers and other museums. Our activities are in accordance with Human Tissue Authority recommendtions on Public Display of medical collections, and the University Museums Group guidance, and are sensitive to the dignity of the collection.
As it is part of Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, the museum is based within St Bartholomews which is a teaching hospital. Therefore, follow the signs for the Robin Brook Centre and go through the open entrance indicated below. You'll find the museum on the 3rd floor: